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  • 1) Need Heart Rate data as commented by multiple other users

    2) Need ability to select what is displayed (total distance, lap distance, current heart rate, lap pace, average pace).  Preferences vary and user should have flexibility.

    3) Runners need ability to push button or watch touch screen to indicate that they completed a lap and have the ability to select auto-lap at a certain distance.  Some times a lap should be 1 mile, other times a lap should be 400m or 1/2 a mile.  This seems to be an issue with both the phone app and the apple watch app.

    4) Should take force touch to pause workout and then a second force touch to end a workout.

    @Nico R Thanks for the setting tip.  I had the same issue as @Antonio C with the Strava app not being displayed when I raised my wrist.

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  • Now what watchOS 2 has been announced and the new API allows integration with the Heart Rate monitor can we expect this feature to be added to Strava? When will we be able to input heart rate data into Strava using the Apple Watch?

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  • I haven't started to use the phone app yet but it does look great and I'm looking forward to.
    2 questions that I wonder if anyone can enlighten me on:
    1) does anyone know of a way of keeping the display on longer, so that it could be used in a similar way to a bike computer?
    2) are there any plans to give current speed/pace as opposed to average?
    Cheers!
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  • Need a pause button and also a lap button  to record segments (both on force touch) - not interested in bicycles -?two apps

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  • Hello, I have a somewhat simpler question regarding the integration of Strava data with Apple's "Activity" app for iOS. Is there any current or planned integration with Strava performance metrics and the Activity app? Even the simplest of transferring "Exercise" data would create some synergy. Exercise would include any activity where an elevated heart rate occurs, or is defined by a Strave activity. 

    Realizing that this is a first and ambitious attempt, things look pretty good so far, but tying this into the app would be helpful.

    I would also agree with Roger Nolan about the ability for Strava to consume Healhkit activity data for a more comprehensive view of activity.


    Thanks.

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  • The Apple Watch workout app logs the heart rate data in the HealthKiy database Thus, if a user authorizes Strava to read his heart rate info from HealthKit, you could import heart rate data to a Strava activity after the fact. The heart rate data (summary & detailed) is shown by other apps such as FitPort, so it's definitely accessible.

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  • I'd echo the many, many requests for improvements such as HRM & live route directions but after a few cycles using my Watch to control Strava my conclusion is that the Strava Watch App is not fit for purpose.

    All it has to do to fulfil my expectations is to Start, Pause and Stop my rides when I want. It simply doesn't do this consistently. I'd put up with the constant "Error with upload" messages and the unsatisfactory tap to do everything control method if it just Started, Paused & Stopped my workouts properly - but it just does not do this resulting in lost ride data, which is the whole point of Strava in the first place.

    For example, last night mid ride I pulled over to adjust my helmet, using my watch I paused my Strava logging and I heard my phone in my back pocket say "Stopping..." (I forget the exact phrase). When I was ready to restart I glanced at my watch again and the time was ticking away so I assumed that I must have tapped the screen by accident and so restarted Strava (though hadn't heard a "Starting..." announcement from my phone which should have made me realise there was an issue). When I glanced at my watch again 20 mins or so later I realised that although the time was increasing but distance was not being logged. I looked at my phone and Strava was still stopped at the point where I'd pulled over earlier, So when I had stopped Strava on my watch it had had sent a message to my phone to stop, this message was received & acknowledged but for some reason the Strava App on the watch didn't stop & kept logging time (as we know the phone controls the GPS and Strava on my phone had stopped as requested by the watch so despite not pausing when I asked it to the watch couldn't measure distance when I'd continued on with my ride).

    So the watch is failing in this fundamental Start, Pause, Stop functionality and until this is fixed I can not rely on the Watch App to avoid messing up my ride data. This was not the first time, just the last straw.

    This is really basic functionality and two months after the first comments were received on this forum from users detailing issues controlling Strava via the watch App I would have hoped that an update would have been released.

    I can't wait for Strava to sort out these issues but for now I'm back to using my phone to control rides...not a massive deal but the first thing that attracted me to the Watch was the thought that I could use it to start & stop rides while my phone was in my saddle bag.

    NOTE ON INCREASING THE DISPLAY DURATION: if you click the Crown rather than tapping the screen / glancing the display will stay on for about 20 secs. Not ideal on a bike when you need to keep two hands on the bars but better than constant glancing on multiple wrist raises.

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  • I am a developer so I have ios beta's on my phone. The Strava app isn't showing in my Apple Watch app to load it onto my phone. Please update it so your Apple Watch app works with betas.

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  • @Travis: In WatchOS 2.0 other activity apps (such as Strava) will be able to affect the exercise ring of Apple's Activity app so it should be yes for Strava, I imagine.

    From what we've seen in WatchOS2, i.e. other apps will be able to directly tap the HR sensor, my guess is that Strava will focus on getting this right as well as improve the usability of the app itself (which is a massive pain as many of us mentioned here). I agree the UX should be revamped (tapping anywhere to pause is counter intuitive for me at least, and a disaster with the current lag in the app). Hopefully native apps should make the experience smoother in 2.0, but still a design revamp would be welcome.

    That also means that I see it as extremely unlikely for Strava themselves to help us import all the HR data we currently accumulate by firing BOTH Strava and Apple's workout app... If there's any 3rd party developer out there that is interested in making an app that takes Apple's workout app, exports it, and merges it in a Strava activity that itself contains all other data (speed, GPS, cadence, etc) I'm happy to pay a couple of bucks for this so I can start analyzing my HR with Strava BEFORE mid September :-))

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  • Adding my voice to the:

    1) Fix start, pause, stop functionality

    2) Fix upload and reliability mid ride issues

    3) Add heart rate functionality

    It would also be cool to get a prompt on the watch when approaching and starred segment, a starters gun at the beginning and a finish flag at the end along with a segment summary - all mid ride...

    Keep up the dev work.....Thanks,

    Neil

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  • Please make the Watch show Heartrate, speed and cadance - Strava has to echo the data from the iphone and external devices. I wear a heartrate band anyway. Routes would be nice to see to - imho a echo like Wahoo on the wrist would be nice ( and easy for Strava to make)
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  • Heart Rate Monitor for Strava is a must have!!

    Let's just get this sorted as a priority please.

     

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  • I posted almost two months ago, after just a couple days with my new Apple Watch. That post was mostly positive. After using the Strava  watch app for going on two months, this post is mostly negative. I'm getting quite frustrated, and have been waiting for an update that fixes some problems.

    I have had numerous display freezes, where nothing updates at all. At least the tap still pauses and resumes the ride, but that has some terrible delays sometimes, where the tap takes a very long time to register and actually pause or resume the ride. These issues impact the very basic usefulness of the watch app, and are extremely frustrating.

    And a couple days ago I used the feature to track a ride followed immediately by a run - that is, force tap and switch sport. It was a fail!  The activity did switch to a run, but it kept it as a single activity and logged the entire thing (the ride plus the run) as a run.

    I'm to the point of getting terribly annoyed. Please supply fixes to the very basic operational features of the watch app! 

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  • Hey all - Thank you for your continued feedback. I’ve been monitoring this forum thread closely, but haven’t posted anything here for a while because I thought it best to collect as much concrete, relevant, and useful information for you before doing so. Thank you for your patience. Read below for an update. 

    If you haven’t updated to iOS 8.4 yet, please be sure to do so. iOS 8.4 should fix frozen screen issues. Apple's release notes say, "A bug where continuous background location updates fail to update has been resolved.” We use continuous background location updates when your phone is locked or you're looking at another app. Upgrading to iOS 8.4 should help frozen screen issues.

    As well, it’s worth mentioning that WatchOS 1 didn't include developer tools to investigate crashes that happen on watches out in the field. WatchOS 2 allows us to build a much more reliable app. We're currently in the process of testing a WatchOS 2 beta of Strava to work out the issues before the public launch of WatchOS 2 and iOS 9 in September.

    In addition to improving the Strava on Apple Watch experience, we hope to use the heart rate sensor on Apple Watch itself to record heart rate data with the public release of Strava for WatchOS 2. However, at this point, there is no guarantee that we will use Apple Watch's dedicated heart rate sensor for recording.

    If you are a Premium member who uses Strava for Apple Watch heavily and you consider yourself tech savvy, motivated, and are willing to help work through and test possible issues with heart rate from the watch, we are opening up a WatchOS 2 beta of Strava in late August. Please note that you must first install betas of iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 before you can run the Strava WatchOS 2 beta app.

    Please know that this is a big commitment. If you’re motivated to get the newest version of Strava with heart rate for Apple Watch a month earlier than the general public and are willing to go through the ~2 hour process of updating your iPhone, Apple Watch, and reinstalling the Strava app, as well as dealing with possible issues such as crashes, etc, please fill out the form below to be considered for participation.

    http://goo.gl/forms/djFBwfFVpV

    Thanks!

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  • I would gladly beta test, but am not willing to sign up for premium to do so or to get the feature. Strava's premium rate is half that of Prime and more that apples cloud music service, but does. Ot provide nearly the feature comparison for someone at my level.
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  • Seeing heart rate as a measurement on the Apple Watch face is essential. I understand that the built in Apple heart rate monitor is not an option at the moment, but a lot of us use third party straps (polar, suunto, etc). It would be awesome to pair the heart monitor within the iPhone Strava app, and then see HR on the Strava Apple Watch interface. I hate having to pair my Polar to the watch, then switch between the HR glance and the Strava app. I just want to RUN not play nintendo on my wrist :) I might switch to Endomondo, but WILL MOST DEFINITELY be back to Strava if heart rate is added o the interface. 

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  • I've been using the Strava Watch App since late May.  Here's a wish list of what I would like to see in a future version:

    1) Heart Rate Display and Recording

    2) Cadence Display (not sure if this can be recorded in either Apple Health App or in Strava)

    3) Option to customize what gets displayed on Watch (e.g. one, two, three or four metrics).  The user interaction for this could be similar to the "Customize" interaction for the watch face.

    4) Option to press a lap button - maybe the side button if Watch 2.0 allows it.

    5) If 4 is possible, then it would be great to show elapsed lap time for the current lap.

    Fun options to have:

    - vertical color bar at the top of the screen that extends green to yellow to red based on an effort value (HR, speed, Zone)

    - screen rotation of secondary metrics (always show elapsed time but below it rotate between HR, Speed, Cadence, distance, etc)

    - horizontal bar on left or right side of screen showing elevation gain ( scale could be based on highest elevation gain to date or some arbitrary number)

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  • please, please, please,  add the BPM from the Iwatch

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  • Looking ahead now that it's 90% sure heart rate monitoring is coming with watchOS2: BATTERY LIFE Was on a 3.5 hr ride the other day, using Apple workout app. The HR monitor affects battery life quite a bit: I ended up with about 5% left, from a full charge. I think a lot of riders are going on 4+hr long rides, which will not work with continuous hr monitoring I believe. A few ideas: 1. When ride auto pauses, or manually pauses, stop continuous HR monitoring. 2. Let the user choose frequency of HR monitoring: continuous, 1 measure per minute, less, etc. a. Option to enable continuous HR monitoring from 1mile before to 1mile after user's starred segments for deeper analysis of pieces of the ride that matters most to the user. 3. Suggest HR monitoring frequency if user chooses a pre created route in strava (you'll know approx. how long the watch is supposed to last). TL;DR: need some smart management of Apple watch battery life for long rides with HR on.
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  • Terrible experience with the Apple Watch App today.   I was excited to try it out but I ended up not getting any data at all!   And the worst part was it gave me the impression it was 'working' until I finished my ride and found the phone had recorded nothing...   What happened was I started the App on the watch and I got a nice 'Start' Button with the activity shown as cycling.  So far so good and when I pressed Start (I had my phone with me in my jersey) the App indicated that the event had started and the timer started counting...  So I assumed all was well and went for my ride.    When I finished I looked for a way to indicate 'Stop' on the phone and did not see one.   I then went to the Phone and pressed stop and saw that my ride was '0 miles' with no route...   This is really poor.   Please let the developers to know that if anything goes wrong,  the Watch should indicate an error (I would have happily started the ride from the Phone).   Very disappointed.

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  • I am a premium customer but I don't get segment notifications to my Apple Watch, any help would be appreciated.

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  • My request is very simple - can you please make it possible to see average pace instead of current pace on watch. I only use strava for running so this would be my priority! Thanks
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  • Sorry I tried reading through a lot of the comments, not sure if it was mentioned already, but maybe set up a run based on pace, so you would run within a set pace time, and the apple watch would vibrate or verbal feed back saying you are running too fast or too slow. It would be great for training.
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  • Can we please get instructions on how to use Apple Watch with Strava.  A movie on YouTube please?

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  • Just tested the Strava app on the Apple Watch today for the first time. Worked pretty fine I must say and heart rate measuring on Apple Watch was quite accurate (compared it with my Polar). The only thing I missed ws the possibility to show my Apple Watch heart rate results on Strava. Is a must have of the next update!

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  • I may have found the holy grail at least till WatchOS2. Forgive me if it’s already posted above – if not it may please some of you.
    To merge the heart rate information in your ride recorded with Strava:
    What I usually do is start Strava on my phone (I hate it on the Watch so far, it’s too unreliable).
    I also start a bike workout on the Apple watch workout app so I can check out my heart rate during my ride. I just couldn’t find a way to get that info back in my ride stats up till now. What I do now:
    1. Download the “Heart Graph” app.
    2. Pay for Premium so you can export data from the Health app about your workout, in tcx. Go find the workout that matches your Strava ride, that has the heart rate. Export it in tcx.
    3. Go to Strava, and open the Strava ride that fits that workout in Health.
    4. On the URL, just add (without the quotes) “/export_tcx”
    5. You now have two files, from the same workout. One is your GPS data, from Strava. The other is your HR data, from Apple.
    6. To combine them, go here: http://gotoes.org/strava/Merge_Heart_Rate_TCX_With_Position_TCX.php
    7. Now upload that combined .tcx file back in Strava and you’re done.

    Note: Strava will detect that it’s a duplicate from the first activity you uploaded. So you will have to delete the old one (keep backups!) which will also delete kudos and comments for those of you who care.

    I now have rides on Strava with all the info I used to gather (speed, GPS coordinates, cadence) AND my heart rate.

    Hope it helps!

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  • Yes, this helped Nico! But hopefully Strava will come up with a less time consuming option...

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  • Have had the Apple Watch for a couple of weeks and surprised at accuracy of HR and distance WITHOUT the phone. I don't like running with the big 6+ and have compared Apple Workout with Suunto GPS watch on my other writst and it's within .01 of a mile accurate. So, Strava needs to sync with the Watch data or allow it to track a run/ride without the phone. Please!

    Thanks.

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  • Wonderful app.
    Better now I've set it to show last app on wrist raise.
    Very frustrating if I get a notification while cycling though - VERY!
    Would be nice to have the option to override that while using strava.
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  • Oh yeah, I get duplicate info in Health App from my phone and watch - often duplicated between 3 and 7 duplications of each activity - IF the data populates at all! (Even after scrolling through my feed, etc)
    Would be nice to have this resolved, please. Thanks.
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